Diseño Y Validación Del Instrumento Estrigeree Para La Evaluación Del Estrés En Prácticas Clínicas De Fisioterapia
AbstractBackground: Stress represents a problem in multiple spheres of the person such as psychological, emotional, physical, and social among others; however, stress in academic life does not receive enough attention in scientific evidence. Purpose: was to design and validate an instrument that allows to assess the level of stress in students of clinical physiotherapy practices. The instrument was called Estrigeree. Methods: It is study that was developed in two phases which are included in the design and validation of an instrument, the validation was characterized by an expert review, a pilot test application of the Test / Retest type and a final application. A sample of n = 10 was used for the pilot test and n = 100 for the final test with an average age of 52.19. The percentage of men was 28% and 72% for women. Results: In the pilot test for the test, the Cronbach's alpha was 0.87, for the Re-test it was 0.62 points. In the final test it was observed that 2.9% of the population did not present stress, 34.3% reported low stress, 52% showed a moderate level and 10.8% of the population reported a lot of stress. Conclusions: The instrument is valid and reliable, its measurement is stable, it is clear, systematic and complete, of rapid application and processing. Finally, it fulfills its design objective.
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Guevara, M. G. B., Márquez, M. V. G., Hernández, R. I. L., & Segura, G. A. H. (2018). Diseño Y Validación Del Instrumento Estrigeree Para La Evaluación Del Estrés En Prácticas Clínicas De Fisioterapia. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 14(23), 57. https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2018.v14n23p57